To say that a lot has transpired since that point is an understatement, and personally I no longer support Lin Wood due to the claims made by Kyle Rittenhouse against Wood.
One of the many legal troubles Lin Wood faced following the fallout of the 2020 election was the allegation that he had illegally voted in Georgia.
Now sources are saying he has been cleared of any wrongdoing, and both the investigation and potential legal action have both been laid to rest.
Here’s more on the story:
The investigation was launched once it was heard from a television reporter that Wood possibly had been living in South Carolina when he voted…. https://t.co/nWTIG4VBlV
— SkyNet Platforms ⍟ (@SkyNetPlatform) December 14, 2021
Newsweek gave us some details on the recent clearing of Wood’s name in relation to election fraud in Georgia:
“The State Election Board voted on Tuesday to dismiss the case the Georgia secretary of state’s office launched in February into where Wood had been living when he voted early in person in Georgia during the 2020 general election. A spokesperson for the secretary of state’s office said there was no violation found,”
— Faith over Fear 🇺🇸 (@usa_daria) December 14, 2021
Though he may have been cleared of these charges, numerous legal issues both old and new will apparently be plaguing Lin Wood in the future.
Proposed litigation by Kyle Rittenhouse is one such legal action, and the pending election lawsuits are still a threat to an increasingly unhinged Lin Wood:
Lin Wood calls out the “real Deep State media” – Tucker Carlson, Dan Bongino, Sean Hannity, Charlie Kirk, and “the guy with the fake accent Sebastian Gorka.” He says he has “severed my relationship with General Flynn,” and “they’re all in it together.” pic.twitter.com/hTFiGs6C5f
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) December 8, 2021
I'd LOVE to see Kyle Rittenhouse sue the pants off the corporate media. But he tells me who his team is going after first:
"We're going to focus on Lin Wood and John Pierce." pic.twitter.com/y43wAShKXS
— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) December 9, 2021
Conservative Brief explains:
Wood argued that he was “domiciled in South Carolina for several months after purchasing property in the state in April.”
“While I spent time in South Carolina in 2020, I considered myself domiciled in Georgia and a resident of Georgia at all times in 2020,” Wood wrote.